Be Bryant Strong

The entire Bryant community is taking an active role in creating a safe semester. #BeBryantStrong

For more information, contact

Report an Emergency 401-232-6911
Public Safety (General) 401-232-6001 (x6001 from campus phone)
Delays/Cancellations 401-232-6002
Health Checker App

Recent data on testing

Weekly tests 8/28 to 9/3
Weekly Tests 9/4 to 9/10
Total Tests

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Positive tests for COVD-19 in 02908

We are very sorry to hear from our colleagues at Providence College that a number of PC commuter students who live in the 02908 neighborhood have been asked to quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19.

A small number of Bryant University commuter students live in this neighborhood as well, and we are working with the individuals directly to ensure that they have heightened testing and will quarantine off campus as appropriate.

Please be reminded that large gatherings and off-campus activities present an increased risk of exposure. We ask all Bryant commuter and residential students to refrain from being present at residences and other off-campus locations where there are gatherings. It is critical to the entire Bryant community that we remain vigilant in following the important practices for public health. Please continue to take precautions for the health and safety of our campus. We appreciate your cooperation in protecting yourself and those around you by avoiding large social gatherings, maintaining social distance, and wearing masks.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students at 232-6046.

Newsletters

  • Sep 11: New data points; flu shot info; campus ministry; Bryant leaders panel discussions; Amica Center opportunities; more
  • Sep 4: New data points; Labor Day schedule; get increased testing; sign up for panel discussions with Bryant leaders; dining hours increased; academic panel series; more
  • Aug. 28: Reopening week data points; testing and app updates; sign up for panel discussions with Bryant leaders; visitor policy
  • Aug. 21: The #BeBryantStrong campaign to promote health and safety; Zoom sessions planned for students and parents; campus testing results; scheduling telehealth appointments; more
  • Aug. 14: Updated RIDOH guidelines for quarantining from hot states well as all international students; Rave Guardian hotline app; pack a "go bag"; more
  • Aug. 7: Student Health and Wellness Pledge; policy for campus visitors; HVAC systems optimized; more
  • July 31: Information about weekly community-wide testing for COVID-19; rerouting foot traffic; class schedules
  • July 24: Information about Cumberland House and students in triple rooms; shuttle information; laptop program; more
  • July 17: Residence Life and dining updates; academic internship deadlines; technology upgrades; more
  • July 10R.I. Department of Health affirms reopening plan; Health Checker app; Health Services; career fairs; more

#BeBryantStrong interactive .pdf

State affirms Bryant reopening plan

On July 8, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) gave the University's plan to gradually reopen campus and commence Bryant’s campus-based student residential experience and instruction its full endorsement.

Developed by Bryant’s COVID-19 Committees, the plan covers in broad terms the following core topics:

Be sure to visit this website regularly to stay informed of the latest updates.

We also share some alerts and updates on the University’s official Twitter and Facebook accounts. Please follow us.

    A message from President Gittell

    Dear Bryant University faculty, students, parents, and staff,

    Covid memo outlining stepsIn my first weeks as Bryant’s ninth president, I’ve listened closely and learned a lot about the student-centered spirit of the Bryant University community.

    Bulldogs are highly motivated and have a competitive drive to succeed. They are very loyal to each other and to our University. Small acts, like holding the door open for the next person, have a ripple effect and build a deep sense of pride, place and purpose.

    As the dynamic pandemic continues, at Bryant we will draw on our strong community and be agile and persevere. We will work together towards completing a healthy and safe fall semester.  As new challenges emerge we will work together and draw on science and best practice to develop innovative solutions to meet the needs of our students, faculty and staff.  We will keep our community well informed and engaged.

    Each and every one of us shares responsibility for our campus and community.

    Go Books! Go Bulldogs! Keep Bryant strong!

    Sincerely,

    Bryant University President Ross Gittell, Ph.D.